Château Leoville Barton 1983

Tasting notes

"Like many 1983s, this wine shows an evolved garnet color with some amber. Aromatically, the wine exhibits full maturity, with notes of tree bark, sweet black cherry and currant fruit, mushrooms, and earth. In the mouth, the wine shows signs of cracking up, with the tannins and acidity dominating increasingly meager amounts of fruit. The finish was a bit desiccated."

Source: Robert Parker



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Hugh Barton bought part of Château Léoville in 1826 and called it Léoville Barton. Since this vineyard has always belonged to the same family.

Production : 250'000 bottles ;

Surface : 50 ha ;

Plantation density: 9'000 vines/ha;

Age of the vines: 28 years;

Second wine : La réserve Léoville Barton;

Best vintages : 2010, 2000, 1990, 1959, 1953, 1949, 1948, 1945;

Wine variety : 70% cabernet sauvignon, 20% merlot, 8% cabernet franc, 2 % petit verdot.

Data sheet

  • Color red
  • Country Bordeaux
  • Appellation Saint-Julien
  • Classement Second Growth in 1855 (Bordeaux)
  • Vintage 1983
  • Rating Wine spectator : 90/100
  • Level IN
  • Peak: At maturity (should be drunk within a few years)
  • Size Bottle (0.75 l)

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